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Oct 9, 2012 6:00am PDT
they went to iowa and ohio. two states that had the biggest deficits predebate and that's where he is today to see if he can basically get those back. >> i thought what was interesting, we're starting to see obama hit more than one state in one day. >> i didn't know he was capable of that. >> if you look at iowa and you look at ohio, what romney could feel optimistic about is that although he hastrailed, there's still a conversation about the economy and national debt. despite the lower unm employment rates than nationally. i if the candidate performs the way he did in the debate in terms of explaining for himself what he wants to do he has a chance to make up ground because it is fertile territory for him. >> it's a matter of how he performs. >> and obama under performed his campaign at the debates, the question is can the campaign apparatus measure up to romney the candidate. and does romney the candidate stay the guy we saw on saturday night. >> just when we think we have a game changing moment that something else happens, and these polls showing a romney advantage, i still don't think w
Oct 8, 2012 6:00am PDT
these crippling deficits, anemic jobs. you've got romney's plan to reverse that. on foreign affairs, you've got a failed foreign policy. yes, they've done more drone attacks, which is good. yes, osama bin laden is dead, which is good. but whether you deal with russia, china or throughout the broader middle east, you have a disaster. we saw that in the killing of the american ambassador in benghazi and a fundamental misunderstanding. >> i want to get to some other issues. i want to get to larger question, which is what is a romney foreign policy? what is going to be different about it than president bush's? less sort of the quote unquote freedom agenda? >> what you're going to have is a foreign policy that's been in the bipartson tradition of strength from kennedy and beyond. one that believes you need a strong economy. you need to have leadership. america's better off and the world is better off when america leads as "the washington post" editorial said today. there's a vacuum in syria. there's a vacuum in the middle east and forces unfriendly to the united states that have other interests. ext
Oct 11, 2012 6:00am PDT
the most ground in virginia. he's turned a 2% deficit to an edge. florida, a one-point race before is still a one-point race. president up 48-47. before the debate, the president led 47-46. in ohio, the president maintains a shrinking but substantial lead. he has a six-point advantage, leading romney 51-45. the big difference, early voting. there in ohio, nearly one in five respondents tell us they've already voted. and if those who have voted, almost two-thirds have voted for president obama. and did the first debate sway any voters? the vast majority tell us they made up their minds before the debate. joining me now, lee, director of the marist poll. that's what i want to start off with. i thought it was remarkable that we're talking single digits here, 7% in florida, 7%, 6%, in these three states that said the debates mattered. among that small sliver of people, they all favored romney for those that say debates mattered. >> this is what we've been saying throughout the campaign. this electorate who picked sides early, the undecided has been low, those firmly committed to a candidate has
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